The government is refusing to cancel a £5.9 m contract with Saudi Arabia to bolster a prison and judicial system that regularly publicly beheads dissidents -just at a time when a teenager faces a beheading and crucifixion.
Month: September 2015
Right On: A warning to the national press over Operation Midland – the murder and child sex abuse investigation
The national press have rightly now received a serious warning not to identify the key witness in the Met Police’s Operation Midland investigation into historic child sex abuse murders after a series of frankly irresponsible articles
The Met Police’s statement on the future of Operation Midland – the murder investigation into the Westminster paedophile ring – was much broader and more thoughtful than the knee jerk coverage in the media.
With his opposition in tatters, this is a golden opportunity for Tsipras and Greece.
Who is who and what is what. What to look for and what to ignore.
Results, rumours, analysis – as it happens.
Are they all the same? Actually, they couldn’t be more different.
Explaining Jeremy Corbyn’s victory in generational terms.
With new shadow ministers appointed for both the Home Office and DCMS, it’s worth looking back at an important speech by the recently appointed Labour deputy leader, Tom Watson, which outlines the ‘criminal media nexus’ around News of the World.
At a GMB Injustice Conference last Saturday, I followed Alastair Morgan’s painful explanation of his brother’s murder and cover-up with my personal view about why this injustice has lasted so long.
On the eve of Rebekah Brooks’ return as CEO of News UK, the axe murder of Daniel Morgan is a continuing problem for her company. New evidence undermines two crucial denials.